Published on Thursday, February 21 2013 14:11
By Mr. Ambrose’s 5th Grade Students & Mrs. Stahl’s 5th Grade Writing Project
Editor’s note: Alonzo Clemons is an artist with a remarkable background who visited the students at Lyons Elementary School last month. As a toddler, Clemons suffered a head injury in an accident; this changed the way he thinks, learns and communicates. While much was lost due to the injury, something miraculous also occurred, for as Clemons sometimes puts it, “God gave a gift.” His sculptural specialty is the creation of animal figures, full of life and spirit, which are made with amazing speed, great accuracy in form and artistic beauty. Clemons works in wax and clay, using only his hands and fingernails to create his sculptures. Joy radiates from him as he sculpts.
Eitan P. – I was inspired by Alonzo Clemons to send more money to people that need help and also don’t judge a book by its cover. Also just because you need help doesn’t mean you aren’t good at everything. Because of what happened to Alonzo Clemons he got a gift. The gift was to be an amazing sculptor. So many amazing things can actually happen to you if you need help. So never judge a book by its cover.
Published on Thursday, February 07 2013 09:49
“Milk Caps For Moola” is a program sponsored by the Longmont Dairy that helps our students earn money for their school. Longmont Dairy bottle caps are worth 5¢ each! Students can drop them in the collection box next to the front office at school, or in the jar at The Stone Cup.
Published on Thursday, January 31 2013 13:25
Discovery Fair 2013:
Calling all students! Join the Discovery Fair 2013 by creating a work of art with a style all your own! Expanding your imagination is the focus of this event. It is designed to inspire all students to use, or “reuse” anything of their choice as an art medium to create “a unique work of art.”
Published on Thursday, January 31 2013 13:56
Dear Lyons Recorder,
Thank you for publishing second grade writing this month!
Students were asked to respond to the following questions relating to the celebration of Martin Luther King’s birthday this month.
“Interview family members about their dreams of freedom; What does “freedom” mean to these family members? In what ways do they consider themselves free or not free? What
Published on Thursday, December 20 2012 17:09
On a sunny and chilly Tuesday morning four classes, Mrs. Stahl’s, Mr. Ambrose’s, Mrs. Johnson’s and Mrs. Roe’s took two crammed busses to Young Ameritowne. The busses left shortly after 8:05 a.m. for Denver. Friends and classmates talked, chatted, and even sang to keep them selves entertained